The Wisconsin Project employs several interns throughout the year. Project interns are accomplished students who make valuable contributions to the work of the organization. The Project accepts internship applications on a rolling basis.

Interns will gain valuable experience in gathering information and conducting research for the Wisconsin Project’s Risk Report database and for the Iran Watch web site. Interns will conduct research on entities linked to proliferation, for publication in both the Risk Report and on Iran Watch. Interns may also be asked to monitor proliferation-related events around the world, and write brief news summaries on these events. Additional research and writing for the Iran Watch web site is possible.

Candidates should be adept in working with Windows, MS Office, and in doing in-depth research on the Internet, using databases like Lexis-Nexis. Proficiency in a foreign language, particularly Chinese (Mandarin), Farsi, Korean or Arabic, would be helpful. Basic knowledge of the technical aspects of proliferation is preferred.

The internship is a paid position.

The Project is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization in Washington D.C. founded in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin.

To apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter by email to hr@wisconsinproject.org. No calls please.